Friday, February 19, 2010

Bail Set for a Man Caught Up in His Son’s Terrorism Case

Federal prosecutors said Wednesday that they had agreed on bail provisions for a Colorado man who has been charged with obstructing an investigation into a terrorist bombing plot.

The man, Mohammed Wali Zazi, 55, the father of a Denver airport shuttle-bus driver arrested last year on terrorism charges, will be released on a $50,000 bond secured by $20,000 cash, prosecutors said.

Mr. Zazi had been held without bail since Feb. 1, after being indicted in New York on the obstruction charges. He had been charged earlier in Colorado on charges of lying to an investigator. After the latest indictment was unsealed, he was brought to New York and has been held here since then.

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